|The Great Chile Book|
|by Mark Charles Miller|
A guide to over ninety of the world's most popular chiles, from the common green bell pepper to the exotic, smoky-flavored pasilla de Oaxaca.
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Mix together all ... heaping teaspoon to one cup of hot water. Makes approximately 3 (12 oz.) jars of instant coffee. Great for a homemade gift for anyone.
Mix and store. Place 1 rounded tablespoonful in a cup. Add boiling water.
Beat all ingredients ... degrees for 45 minutes in a Bundt pan. Cool 10 minutes. Glaze with mixture of powdered sugar, mocha coffee, kahlua and creme de cocoa.
Mix together first ... you can't find Swiss cake mix, substitute ... a tablespoon of coffee mix. Mix until ... sides and top of cake. Makes a very tall cake.
Beat cream cheese ... remainder aside. Stir Swiss Mocha coffee and milk into ... pie by using 1 1/2 cups graham wafer crumbs mixed with 1/2 cups butter.
Combine chocolate pieces with coffee powder, if desired, ... and mix well. Spread on waxed paper and let set. Break into pieces to serve. Makes 2 quarts.
Blend all ingredients for each type of coffee in blender at high speed. Use 1 level tablespoon of mixture per 6 oz. of boiling water.
Beat cheese until ... remainder aside. Stir Swiss Mocha and milk into ... Refrigerate until set, at least 2 hours. NOTE: Store leftover pie in refrigerator.
Mix ingredients well and store in a covered container. Use this basic recipe to make the variations. Add 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon to basic ...
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour three 9-inch round pans. In a large bowl, combine first 5 ingredients. Mix until crumbly. Press 1/3 of ...
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